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SEVEN WAYS TO HELP STERLING

April 13, 2010

You will want to attend at least one of these seven things to help Sterling for sure. I will expect you to of course.

SATURDAY APRIL 17 CLEAN UP BOULEVARD

This is a reminder that volunteers are needed to assist in the April 17th Sterling Boulevard Cleanup from 9:00 a.m. to noon. All participants should come to BRIAR PATCH PARK (located along Sterling Blvd. between Charlotte St.
and Frederick Dr.) at 8:45 a.m. to receive orange bags, safety vests, and instructions.


2010 Leesburg Youth Job Fair Held Saturday, April 10

An umemployment report nationally says young people (21 to 25) are hardest hit by the current downturn with 20 per cent unemployed. So my solution is to sponsor 2 job fairs in Sterling for teens.

This past Saturday "the 2010 Leesburg Youth Job Fair was held from in Leesburg. Congratulations to Supervisor Kelly Burke and her staff for organizing it. Hire one of our Sterling teens-- or refer a teen-- to mow Sterling's lawns.


LCSO Offers Several Crime Prevention Awareness Classes in April

Burglary Prevention, Identity Theft Prevention, Internet Safety & Introduction to Neighborhood Watch Classes Offered this Month

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office is encouraging residents to attend several crime prevention meetings scheduled for the month of April.


April 20, 2010- Burglary Prevention- (Sterling Community Center, 120 Enterprise Street Sterling, VA) 7 p.m.

April 22, 2010- Burglary Prevention (Lowes Island Elementary School, 20755 Whitewater Drive Sterling, VA) 7 p.m.


Loudoun County Sheriff Crime Prevention Specialists utilize their advanced training and experience to better prepare and educate citizens about crime prevention. These classes are intended to help citizens make safe choices and better recognize crime when they observer it taking place.


Jiu-Jitsu and Karate in Sterling

Brazilian Jiu-jitsu has set up shop in the Clocktower in Sterling opposite Burlington Coat Factory with the banner "get your combat training here".

World Champion Jeff Smith Karate, which has served Sterling for 20 years from just inside the Fairfax County line, has moved to Loudoun County just behind the IHOP. The new studio is the nationwide headquarters of Mile High Karate. On Saturday 3-20-2010 they held the first Black Belt graduation at the Loudoun facility. Jeff Smith was a long time friend of President Reagan and President G.H.W. Bush and they are quite welcome here.

Six Days and Nights of Prayer

Agnostics watch out.

Loudoun Courthouse Grounds on North King Street at North Side of the Law Library

The Loudoun Awakening is a unified effort of believers in Loudoun County, working to bring national prayer and bible reading efforts to Loudoun. We seek the prayers of your church and prayer ministries as we plan a number of activities in May.

One event we are planning is the Third Annual Bible Reading Marathon, which will take place from noon Saturday, May 1 through noon Thursday, May 6, 2010 at the Leesburg Courthouse grounds. This event is a public reading of the Bible from cover to cover that will last six days and nights leading up to the National Day of Prayer Observance. We are inviting all Loudoun churches, ministries, civic groups and interested individuals to send four or more people to read the Bible out loud for an hour. This is an opportunity for the body of Christ to come together to proclaim the Word of the Lord for our community.

Please see Loudoun Times Mirror web article.

http://www.loudountimes.com/index.php/blogs/gunderman

SAVE $35 CALL ASHLEY AT 703-437-8111

DON'T WAIT FOR THE LADY'S ONLY GUN CLASS TO BE FULL

Message from the G3 Security Group:

Quote Give the gift of Security to yourself, or that special lady in your life.

More and more women want to protect themselves. That is why G3 Security Group is having a Ladies Only Basic Pistol Class has been moved to Saturday April 24th from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. This Basic Pistol class is perfect for beginners, people who have shot before but never received any formal training, and others who just need a refresher, or want to move onto more advanced firearms training.

This course usually costs $160.00, but call ASHLEY at 703-437-8111, email or register On Line
http://www.g3securitygroup.com/

mention the " Miss A Special " and pay only $ 135.00

This course will begin at 10:00am and finish around 2:00pm. Our instructor is planning to attend the The Nations Gun Show at the Chantilly Expo Center in Chantilly, VA following the class. If you also plan to attend the gun show and would like consultation on choosing a personal firearm, please talk to our instructor, he will be available to assist you. (unquote)

SAVE KEN REID-- HE HELPED SAVE CHRISTMAS

Can you recall a historic battle to preserve religious freedom was fought over the recent Thanksgiving holiday against the forces of the agnostic liberal establishment intent on eliminating all religious displays?

One local Leesburg man road onto the scene, joined up with the Christian and other citizens to protest the wrongful action by government officials, and raised the Jewish menorah and beat the anti-religious forces in a holy alliance. That man is Ken Reid, a councilman from Leesburg.

If you or any Sterling American want to continue to preserve the relgious freedom to display any religious display from any religion then please call Ken 703-402 4002 and spend some time going with him door to door-- in Leesburg. His election is first Tuesday in May 2010, just days away.


Sincerely,

EUGENE DELGAUDIO
STERLING DISTRICT

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